How to Get Wax Out of Clothes


How to Get Wax out of Clothes. Remove stubborn crayon or candle wax from
your clothes without damaging the fabric by using these helpful tips. You will need Rubbing alcohol or solvent cleaner
Towels Washing machine Iron Heavy-duty liquid detergent WD-40 and hair dryer (optional). Step 1. Start by using a dull knife or spoon to remove
as much wax as possible. Step 2. Blot the area with rubbing alcohol, or your
favorite solvent cleaner. Finish by washing according to fabric label
instructions. Step 3. Cover the area with a kitchen towel, then
place an iron set on low heat on top. The towel will absorb the wax. A hair dryer can be used if an iron is not
available. Step 4. Apply a heavy-duty liquid detergent to pre-treat
the area. Let the detergent set. Then wash the clothing in the hottest water
appropriate for that fabric. Step 5. Spray the waxed area with WD-40. Let it sit for a couple of minutes, then spray
the other side for best results. With a little elbow grease, the stain and
wax will be removed. Did you know In 1903, Crayola introduced the
black, brown, orange, violet, blue, green, red, and yellow crayons.

21 comments

  1. this just made me mad..so i need to put the towel on top of the the clothing and iron to absorb the wax into the towel now ?? transfer from 1 item to the next ! dear gawd, will this vicious cycle never end ?? XD

  2. If I have melted crayons on my clothes can I heat up the colored pencils at the end of this show and get the crayons off that way?

  3. It's a spray lubricant used for mechanical things not human use. You can find it at almost any store these days. I've seen it at the grocery. Doesn't have to be WD 40 brand can be any spray lubricant.

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